Google announced that G Suite is expanding Google Drive’s criticism capabilities to embody Microsoft and other files such as PDFs and images.
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The functionality will let users criticism on and allot tasks to any file, including PDFs and images, right from a Drive preview pane. With Microsoft specifically, a stretched formation will concede users to criticism on Microsoft Office record formats but requiring Microsoft Office or Adobe Acrobat Reader internal applications and user licenses.
What’s more, comments done in Drive Preview can now be exported to a underlying record so that they sojourn manifest when a record is non-stop regulating a internal customer application.
“When you’re collaborating with an outmost agency, negotiating a agreement with a customer or coordinating a sales agreement with a supplier, chances are you’re traffic with mixed record formats,” Google wrote in a blog post. “With this update, we can now criticism on those files in Drive a approach you’re used to in Google Docs.”
Google says a ability to criticism in Drive preview mode extends a interoperability between G Suite and Microsoft Office products, following existing ties between Drive and Outlook.
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